AutoCAD-E CERTIFICATE

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DURATION

3 Months, 300 hours
25 hours / 5 per day

CERTIFICATE FEES

Total Fee: PKR 24,000

Per Month: PKR 8000

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About AutoCAD Draftsman Certificate with specialization in Electrical Engineering


Computer Aided Design (AutoCAD) Electrical is a branch of AutoCAD tool. Simple to-utilize CAD-implanted electrical schematic and panel construction empower all creators and specialists to plan most complex electrical schematics and panels. You can rapidly and effectively utilize designing methods to advance execution while you configure, to eliminate expensive models, dispose of adjust and deferrals, and save you time and improvement costs.

Moreover, AutoCAD Electrical is one of the world's popular application designed explicitly to make and adjust electrical control networks. This product includes the performance of AutoCAD along with a total arrangement of electrical CAD features. Additionally, its extensive image libraries and instruments assist you automatize electrical engineering assignments and save your time and exertion impressively, thereby giving you more opportunity for innovation.

The sole purpose of this short course is to enhance the skills of electrical engineers and engineering students to make electrical layouts of buildings, control panels, circuit layouts of various electrical power plants easily and efficiently. Using this software, the learner will be able to make schematic drawings, electrical panel layouts, ladder diagrams, creation of electrical symbols, point-to-point wiring layouts and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) input/output circuit layouts etc.

Who should join the AutoCAD Electrical Certificate Program?

Professional electrical engineers and engineering students who want to improve their capabilities to perform in several jobs in electrical control designing and electrical drawings assignments respectively can join this course. This certificate program follows a step-by-step methodology as it starts with fundamentals of electrical designing, goes through all the electrical controls related tools and winds up with practical lessons of electrical circuits and panel modeling.

SKILLS YOU WILL LEARN FROM AutoCAD Electrical CERTIFICATE

  • Knowledge about electrical circuit symbols
  • Understanding the environment of AutoCAD Electrical interface
  • Drawing of Schematics: Single Wires and Components
  • How to use ladders in a drawing
  • Drawings of Schematics: Multi-wiring and Circuits
  • How to use 3-pahse wiring components
  • Drawings of electrical panels
  • Electrical Layouts of PLCs
  • How to use parametric PLC modules
  • How to use full-unit PLC modules

TASKS YOU CAN PERFORM (COMPETENCIES) ON CERTIFICATE COMPLETION

  • Electrical wiring diagrams of buildings
  • Circuit layouts of various power plants
  • Wiring layout of various PLC modules
  • Single line diagram of power systems
  • Block diagrams
  • Circuit layout of generators
  • Wiring layouts of vehicles

Total Course Duration (3 Months)

Weekly Class Hours

25 hours/5 per day

Total Contact Hours

300 hours

Focus

30% Theory, 70% Practical

POTENTIAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES ON COMPLETING AutoCAD-E CERTIFICATE

  • AutoCAD Electrical Drafter
  • Electrical Controls & Systems Design Technician
  • Electrical Wiring layout designer
  • AutoCAD Electrical Freelancer
  • Electrical conduit designer

Skills Oriented Learning Modules

1. Introduction
  • Learning with AutoCAD Electrical.
  • Course prerequisites you should know before this course
  • Using the exercise files
  • Getting accustomed with software interface
2. Explore the AutoCAD Electrical User Interface
  • Basic AutoCAD Electrical User Interface
  • Learning about AutoCAD Electrical Ribbon
  • Using AutoCAD Project Manager
  • Setting up the dialog box
  • Quick Access Toolbar
3. Manage Files and Projects
  • Open projects
  • Open drawing
  • Use AutoCAD Electrical to add new drawings
  • Manage Project paths AutoCAD Electrical, hands on practice on making files
4. Navigate in the Drawing
  • Use zoom and pan.
  • Use the mouse
  • Navigate project drawings
5. Work in a Project
  • Access project files and drawings
  • Create a new electrical drawing in a Project
  • Add a regular drawing to a project file
  • Manage drawings in projects with the project drawing list
6. Schematics: Single Wires and Components
  • Use ladders in a drawing
  • Insert and edit wires
  • Add rungs to ladder
  • Number wires
  • Source and destination signal arrows
  • Insert components
  • Parent and Child components
7. Schematics: Multi-wiring and Circuits
  • Use dashed link lines
  • 3-Phase ladders
  • Multiple wire bus dialog
  • Use 3-phase components
  • Number 3-phase wiring
  • Use cable markers
  • WBLOCK Circuits
  • Work with saved circuits
  • Add saved circuits to the icon menu
  • Copy and move a circuit
  • Use the circuit clipboard
  • Use the circuit builder
8. AutoCAD Electrical Editing Commands
  • Edit with the marking menu
  • Use the Project Task list
  • Use the SCOOT command
  • Move components
  • Copy components
  • Align components
  • Delete components
  • Use the Surfer command (AESURF)
  • Use the copy catalog assignment
  • Copy installation and location code values
  • Use the attribute editing commands
9. Work with Panel Drawings
  • Use insert Footprint (Icon Menu)
  • Use insert Footprint (Schematic Menu)
  • Insert Component (Manufacturer Menu)
  • Edit panel footprints
  • Assign item numbers and add balloons to panels
10. Work with Terminals
  • Insert terminal symbols into drawings
  • Use multiple-level terminals
  • Insert jumper terminals
  • Create a jumper chart
  • Use the DIN Rail command
11. Use PLC Symbols
  • Insert a PLC (Parametric)
  • Insert a PLC (Full units)
  • Insert PLC I/O points
  • Tag PLC symbols
  • Use the Spreadsheet to PLC I/O function
12. Use Point to Point Wiring
  • Insert and edit connectors
  • Use and insert splices
  • Use and insert multiple wires
  • Bend wires
13. Create Custom Symbols
  • The symbol builder
  • Insert standard attributes
  • Insert wire connection attributes
  • Save the new symbols
  • Insert the new symbol
  • Add new symbols to the icon menu
14. AutoCAD Electrical Title blocks
  • Update title blocks
  • Set up AutoCAD Electrical title blocks
  • Working with revision clouds
15. Report in AutoCAD Electrical
  • Save to external files
  • Put reports on drawings
  • Configure report templates
  • Run automatic reports
  • Use the Electrical Audit command
16. Setting and Templates
  • Set project properties
  • Set drawing properties
  • Set the panel drawing configuration
  • Set up the template file
17. Use Drawing Update Tools
  • Update and retag projects
  • Use project-wide utilities
  • Plot projects
  • Export projects to spreadsheet
  • Copy a project
  • Swap and update blocks
  • Mark and verify drawings
18. New Features
  • Using the BREAKPOINT command
  • Using the TRIM and EXTEND commands
1. Introduction
  • Work with programmable logic controller (PLC) modules in AutoCAD Electrical
  • What you should know
  • Use the exercise files
  • The new AutoCAD 2019 interface
2. An Introduction to PLC Module
  • PLCs in industrial automation
  • Work with PLC modules in AutoCAD Electrical
3. Setting Up Ladders in Electrical Drawings
  • Set up rung numbering in an electrical drawing
  • Insert a proprietary PLC module
  • Add wires and components
4. The different types of PLC modules in AutoCAD Electrical
  • Insert PLCs into your Electrical Drawing
  • Work with parametric PLC modules
  • Work with full-unit PLC modules
5. Parametric PLC modules in more detail
  • Decide on which manufacturer to use
  • Select the appropriate graphics style
  • Make sure the correct scale is used
  • Edit the parametric PLC
6. Full-Unit PLC modules in more detail
  • Use the icon menu for PLC I/O fixed units
  • Decide on which manufacturer to use
  • Place the full-unit PLC module
  • Edit the full-unit PLC attributes
7. Using spreadsheets to import PLC Module Data
  • The AutoCAD Electrical PLC I/O utility
  • Set up the PLC import parameters
  • Insert the PLCs from the imported data
8. Exporting spreadsheets from existing PLC Modules
  • Use the To spreadsheet command
  • Make changes in the spreadsheet
  • Import the revised spreadsheet
  • Check the changes in the drawing
9. Working with wires
  • Inserting straight and angled wires and modifying the wire
  • Inserting multiple wire bus into the drawing
  • Creating, modifying, and changing wire types
  • Understanding types of wire numbers and inserting wire numbers
  • Working with wire numbers-I
  • Working with wire numbers-II
  • Inserting source and destination signal markers
  • Inserting fan in source and fan out destination markers and cable markers
  • Showing and editing wire sequences
  • Troubleshooting wires
10. Understanding Ladder Diagrams
  • Understanding and inserting ladders
  • Modifying ladders-I
  • Modifying ladders-II
  • Changing format reference style of a ladder and inserting X and X-Y grid labels
11. Schematic Components
  • Inserting schematic components using the ICON Menu tool
  • Inserting schematic components using the Catalog Browser tool
  • Edit the catalog database
  • Editing the schematic component
  • Creating parent child relationship
  • Creating project specific catalog database
  • Inserting schematic components from the Panel List
12. Schematic Editing
  • Repositioning, Copying, Aligning and Deleting the components
  • Updating the schematic component from catalog database and one line component
  • Surfing the component
  • Retagging Drawings
  • Auditing drawings -I
  • Auditing drawings -II
13. Connectors and Point to Point Wiring Diagrams
  • Inserting connectors
  • Inserting splices, connectors from the list, and multiple wire bus into the con
  • Editing connectors
  • Modifying connectors
14. Working with Circuits
  • Inserting saved circuit and moving the circuits
  • Saving circuit to an ICON menu
  • Copying the circuit
  • Saving the circuit by using the WBLOCK command and inserting the Wblocked circuit
  • Building the circuit
  • Configuring the circuit
15. Panel Layouts
  • Understanding key features of panel Layout drawing and WD_PNLM block file
  • Creating panel layouts from schematic lists
  • Inserting panel footprints from the ICON Menu and using the Manual tool
  • Editing the panel footprints
  • Inserting, adding, and editing footprints from the User Defined List
  • Making Xdata visible and renaming panel layers
  • Inserting Nameplates
  • Setting the Panel Drawing Configuration
16. Terminals
  • Inserting Terminals Manually and using the ICON Menu Tool
  • Inserting Terminals from the Schematic List and the Panel List
  • Editing Terminal Symbols and Understanding Terminal Properties – I
  • Editing Terminal Symbols and Understanding Terminal Properties – II
  • Generating the Terminal Strip Table
  • Resequencing Terminal Number, Copying Terminal Properties, and Editing Jumpers
17. Project Properties, Drawing Properties, and Reference Files
  • Understanding Project and Drawing Properties – I
  • Understanding Project and Drawing Properties – II
  • Understanding Reference Files
18. Symbol Creation and Miscellaneous Tools
  • Creating Symbols – I
  • Creating Symbols – II
  • Customizing the ICON Menu
  • Marking and Verifying Drawings
  • Exporting Data to the Spreadsheet and Importing Data from the Spreadsheet
  • Using Project Wide Utilities

Instructor's

dr-ijaz-ahmad
Engr. Moin Afzal

Lecturer


December 03, 2021@ 12:35 PM